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When doing a migration between servers i.e. 2008 and 2012, does it realistically take 24 hours to propogate or does 2012 replicate quite quickly once migration is done. Having checked group policies and ADUC etc, all seemed to go through quite quickly.
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If you are a single site it should not take very long.  If you have multiple sites then based on site topology and replication it could take 24 hours for all of the information to be replicated to each DC.

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just a single site replacing one server with another
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The replication should be fairly quick and painless.  

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